Isabella Losa, also known as Isabella Losa of Cordova or Losa de Cordova (1491-1564) was a doctor of theology.
Isabella Losa was known for her knowledge of Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. She received the degree of D.D. from the University of Cordova. After the death of her husband in 1539, she became a Clarissan abbess and moved to Vercelli in Piedmont in 1553, where she founded an orphanage, Santa Maria di Loreto. She died in 1564 at age 74.
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